If you have a ton of eggs or you’re tired of your same-old same-old, check out a few new recipes to spice up your rotation.
The beauty of eggs is they can be sweet or savory depending on your mood. And the humble egg offers filling protein at a great price too. They can be ready in as little as 3 minutes or worth the wait as they bake.
Check out these recipes from the usual suspects to unexpected surprises.
Scrambled, Omelettes, and Frittatas
When you think of eggs, these are usually the first ideas that come to mind. But it’s fun to try them in a different way. Personally, anyway you can manage cheese, vegetables, and savory into your breakfast eggs, I’m in (especially the cheese)!
I’d really love to make our own bread regularly. I’ve been held up since I’m trying to only eat sprouted grain or gluten free breads at the moment. [If you have a good sprouted bread recipe, send it my way!] There is nothing like a fresh loaf still steaming out of the oven.
Did your stand mixer come with a pasta attachment? Or has it been sitting in the back of the cupboard since your wedding registry? Fresh pasta has such a wonderful texture compared to aging pantry boxes. It’s also not that hard to do.
This category could probably go on for ages and ages, especially if you search on Pinterest. In this list, I’m trying to give you a chance to use up a bunch of those extra eggs.
This Pioneer Woman recipes uses 15 (Yes, FIFTEEN!) egg whites to make the base angel food cake. Perfect if you have eggs coming out your ears. You could probably do this recipe with lots of fruit and jello combinations so make it your way.
Super simple and light, macaroons look more exciting for little effort in the kitchen. Best of all, you only need one bowl really – no wet and dry separates here.
Another one bowl recipe, be still my heart! This simple recipe has a 5-start rating on Genius Kitchen. Considering serving this with macerated strawberries or blueberry syrup.
I am such a sucker for anything at the state fair. If these were at our fair, I’d be there every day. It comes with a mouth-watering recipe for bourbon chocolate whipped cream.
There’s something special about eggs and lemon. Eggs lend a gravity to the surprisingly light taste of lemon. Then the crumbly graham crackers deliver a delicate texture.
Do you like your eggs sweet or savory? Be sure to let me know what your favorite egg recipes are in the comments below!